Currently our membership form is located on our old site at:

The Kilmarnock Football Club Supporters Association has seen the highs and lows of following Ayrshire’s finest, week in, week out traveling up and down the land and further afield to follow our club.

Buses are available for most matches at Rugby Park, and numerious supporters buses are run for away matches.

Membership is free.

As a member of the Kilmarnock FC Supporters Association you will become an integral part of representing the interests of Kilmarnock Football Club and it’s supporters.  We would like to increase the number of members in the Supporters Association and especially the number of active members. Recent additions to the KFCSA committee are attempting to improve and modernise the KFCSA and the launch of the website is the first of many improvements.

Why join the Kilmarnock Supporters Association?

Kilmarnock FC and Scottish Football in general is suffering at the moment and times are hard with increasingly poor on field Killie team results. It has also signaled a downward spiral in Club/Supporter relationships that is seeing significant drops in attendance and morale is at an all time low. For too long decisions within football  has been made with little or no regard to the average supporters and Directors, Managers, Players and Media are often consulted while supporters who are the customers are not given equal consideration within the game.

So what’s this got to do with joining a Supporters Association? A strong Supporters group can make a difference and the Supporters Association is only as strong as its numbers and this is why we need you to join. The future of Kilmarnock Football club is not certain due to extreme financial problems and there is no doubt change will happen soon and the fans will need to be ready to mobilise and the KFCSA expect to be in a position to work for the good of both the club and fans. Help us make the difference and give us a few minutes of your time and complete the free online application.

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